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This 1909 short story features the first famous pathologist detective, Dr. Thorndyke. The Thorndyke stories helped educate the police, the public, and criminals about crime scenes and forensics. CSI: Edwardian England!
This audio is part of the collection: Maria Lectrix Audio Books It also belongs to collection: Audio Books & Poetry Artist/Composer: R. Austin Freeman Date: 0000-00-00 00:00:00 Source: John Thorndyke's Cases, 1909 Label / Recorded by: Maureen S. O'Brien Keywords: Audiobook - Fiction; Mystery
Creative Commons license: Public Domain Individual Files
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March 16, 2011
Good story, wee bit short
Seems like a murder mystery, but appearances are not always what they seem. It's a good thing Thorndyke is on the case!
Reader is great. I have listened to this book 2x and enjoyed it both times.